UK - James Binny has quit his position as currency specialist at Gartmore to take up a new position in the currency brokerage division of ABN Amro, London.
Binny will take responsibility for raising the profile of ABN’s brokerage business among institutional investors.
At Gartmore he spent his time on product and business development in Europe, US and Japan.
Paul Skinner, product specialist - fixed income and currencies, succeeds Binny.
Cameron Crise has also been hired to Gartmore’s currency team as senior investment manager after three years at Lee Overlay in Dublin where he was a partner, international economist and portfolio manager.
Roger Bartley, Gartmore’s global CIO, fixed income, said: Cameron's appointment demonstrates the importance Gartmore attaches to growing its currency business and it is a great achievement for the company to have attracted somebody of his undoubted pedigree.”
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